US Sen. Brown, Warren release tax returns
BOSTON (AP) -- Republican U.S. Sen. Scott Brown and likely Democratic challenger Elizabeth Warren are releasing several years of tax returns.
In the most recent tax year, Brown and his wife, television reporter Gail Huff, reported total income of $510,856 and paid federal taxes of about $124,000 after a refund. They also contributed more than $16,000 to charity.
During the same 2011 tax year, Warren and her husband Bruce Mann reported total income of $616,181 and paid federal taxes of about $159,200. The couple also donated more than $17,200 to charity.
Brown released six years of returns showing the couple earned more than $2.5 million during that time.
Warren released four years of returns showing the couple earned nearly $3.4 million.
Warren is posting her returns online; Brown is allowing reporters to view his returns in his campaign office.